Part of Detroit's history kept under wraps
Tucked away on the city's southwest side is a 96,000-square-foot time machine. At Historic Fort Wayne, in a World War II-era brick and wood-beamed warehouse mottled with peeling red paint, more than 200,000 items of historic importance to Detroit and southeastern Michigan are safeguarded.
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#1 Feb 27, 2011
I have some not-so-fond memories of the induction center thereabouts.
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